If you’re in the market to buy a home, how does the house from the Halloween series sound?
The house where Jamie Lee Curtis’ character, Laurie Strode once lived is officially up for sale, and I guess that makes sense considering the trauma Michael has caused.
Other than that fictional part of the series, the South Pasadena, California-based property will be recognized by horror fans as this is the same house that Laurie sat in front of, with a pumpkin on her lap.
The owners, which have owned the house for three generations has since separated the home into three units.
So if you have a large family looking for a lot of room, this house has four plenty of it!
The house, which stuffs four bedrooms, three full bathrooms, and two kitchens under one roof, this home also has a grand total of 2,640 square feet to offer.
Of course the homicidal stalker Michael Myers, is not included.
The area in which the house resides in is also currently being revitalized with a nearby school that’s currently being repurposed with shops, places to eat, and even a venue with live music.
Realtors Heidi Babcock and Andrea Marcum-Valentine of eXp Realty of Los Angeles currently represent the Halloween house.
And if you just so happen to have around $2 million dollars in the bank, the house keys may soon be yours; you can view the film’s piece of history to find out more information on the house for sale.